I haven’t updated this website in approximately four years, ever since the publication of my first book and my move to GWU. In the intervening four years, I’ve published articles, given public talks, and written a ton of blog posts. All of that scholarly activity probably ought to be on my professional website. I intend […]
Three updates: 1. Paul Starr reviewed The MoveOn Effect, along with Schlozman, Verba, and Brady’s The Unheavenly Chorus and Winters’s Oligarchy in the September 13th issue of The New Republic. It’s a real honor to see my work placed alongside such excellent scholarship. 2. I wrote a chapter on the netroots in the 2010 election for Paul Hrrnson, Chris Deering, […]
Three important updates for visitors to this site. First, my book The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy (Oxford University Press) is now available for purchase. You can buy it through Amazon or directly through the publisher. Second, I will be starting a new position this fall, as Assistant Professor of Political Communication at […]
My new article, “Social Science Research Methods in Internet Time” will be published in a forthcoming issue of Information, Communication, and Society. An advance version of the article is now available online.
I’m thrilled to announce that Oxford University Press will be publishing my first book, The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy in May, 2012. I’ll be launching a book site this spring to promote the book. The book is 256 pages, $27.95. I wrote three jokes in the footnotes. Will you be able […]
My first article based on the Membership Communications Project dataset has just been published as the lead article in Policy & Internet, an online journal published by Berkeley Electronic Press and Oxford Internet Institute. The article is titled “Online Political Mobilization from the Advocacy Group’s Perspective.” The article challenges the”clicktivism” critique of online organizing, as […]
I had the opportunity to present some of my research at the luncheon series at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. For those who are interested in an updated version of my “MoveOn Effect” argument, the video is available on their site. You can also get a quicker overview by checking out the power […]